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Nov 15, 2012 4:30am PST
of energy. the popular drink that may now be linked to more than a dozen deaths. >> and check this out. a 20-pound childbirth. a sacramento mom celebrating her record-breaking triplets. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> 'tis the season, tree lighting ceremony celebration right there at pier 39, bring the jacket. the raincoats. showers are likely. >> oh, oh. it's acomin'! the storm door. all right. here's a live look at some of our bridges across the bay area. hey, look at the golden gate, looks like they are doing some lane changes right now opening more lanes in the commute direction. otherwise, no delay across the bay bridge or the san mateo bridge. full look at your "timesaver traffic" coming up in just minutes. >>> 13 deaths may now be associated with a highly caffeinated energy drink five- hour energy. the feds are looking into reports of the deaths over the last four years as well as reports of heart attackser convulsions and miscarriages. the fda says just because a report is filed doesn't necessarily mean the product is the cause of the injury. >> there are people that have high blood pressure or
Nov 16, 2012 4:30am PST
of deception on gas prices. a research group that investigates energy pricing looked into this year's price spikes and it told the senate committee many california refineries were actually pumping out plenty of gas during times they were supposedly offline. with just 7 companies controlling 94% of the market here in california, state senator mark leno says it is a cause for concern. >> when a marketplace gets more and more and more concentrated, the opportunity for that market manipulation only increases. >> that study couldn't find enough evidence to prov collusion. senator leno has launched an investigation into the refining system and its oversight. >>> bart look is into the future and seeing the need for more trains. bart recently bought 775 train cars for $2.5 billion. but it expects to need 880 cars in the near future to accommodate 500,000 passengers a day. the price tag for that is not known but bart's director says it's a lot of money and a big problem. >>> san francisco planners have approved a cap on the number of so-called micro-apartments but are not too happy about it. the pla
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